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Agile and Side Competencies:
Content, UX, Design
Sophie Freiermuth
Baguette UX
@wickedgeekie
Premises of Agile
• Make work in progress visible
• Release regularly shippable chunks
• Collaborate
• Produce quality
@wi...
To Sprint Zero, or not?
Requirements
Epics
Scoping
User
storiesPlanning
session
Developement
Test
@wickedgeekie / @LondonC...
Collaboration
• Communication
• Discussions
• Relationships
• Rapport
@wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
The Team
• Self-sufficient
• Self-organised
• Fully dedicated PO
• Up to 12
@wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
The space
• Large enough
• Flexible
• Self-sufficient
• 3 walls only
• Mix of desks and meeting space
@wickedgeekie / @Lon...
The Kanban board
@wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
The walls
@wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
Lower the definition
• Release > test > iterate
• DONE
@wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
Fire fighting avoidance
• Technical knowledge
• Ask
• Is it faster?
@wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
The PAD way
Sit all together, get up and talk to people, sketch
what you want
UE doc: functional annotations on screengrab...
Lean
@wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
Recommended read
@wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
Side Competencies and Agile
• Some problems should not arrive
unresolved in the dev room
• Case by case
• Apply top skills...
Thank you
• Please rate this talk:
Spkr8.com/t/25801
• Get in touch: @wickedgeekie or
hello@wickedgeekie.com
• Hire me! ww...
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  1. 1. Agile and Side Competencies: Content, UX, Design Sophie Freiermuth Baguette UX @wickedgeekie
  2. 2. Premises of Agile • Make work in progress visible • Release regularly shippable chunks • Collaborate • Produce quality @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  3. 3. To Sprint Zero, or not? Requirements Epics Scoping User storiesPlanning session Developement Test @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  4. 4. Collaboration • Communication • Discussions • Relationships • Rapport @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  5. 5. The Team • Self-sufficient • Self-organised • Fully dedicated PO • Up to 12 @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  6. 6. The space • Large enough • Flexible • Self-sufficient • 3 walls only • Mix of desks and meeting space @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  7. 7. The Kanban board @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  8. 8. The walls @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  9. 9. Lower the definition • Release > test > iterate • DONE @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  10. 10. Fire fighting avoidance • Technical knowledge • Ask • Is it faster? @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  11. 11. The PAD way Sit all together, get up and talk to people, sketch what you want UE doc: functional annotations on screengrabs “show and discuss” with the Business on an ad- hoc basis Re-estimate work and incorporate desired change if do-able The retrospective @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  12. 12. Lean @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  13. 13. Recommended read @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  14. 14. Side Competencies and Agile • Some problems should not arrive unresolved in the dev room • Case by case • Apply top skills first • The rise of the unicorns @wickedgeekie / @LondonCSmeetup
  15. 15. Thank you • Please rate this talk: Spkr8.com/t/25801 • Get in touch: @wickedgeekie or hello@wickedgeekie.com • Hire me! www.baguetteUX.com
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